black dwarf star

black dwarf star
black dwarf star

Black dwarf – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
These objects are now generally called brown dwarfs, a term coined in the 1970s. Black dwarfs should not be confused with black holes or neutron stars.

Black Dwarf – Universe Today — Space and astronomy news
… of the cosmic microwave background, and so is invisible. Unlike red dwarfs, brown dwarfs, and white dwarfs, black dwarfs are entirely hypothetical. Once a star has

black dwarf star: Definition from Answers.com
black dwarf star n. The remains of a white dwarf star after it has expended all of its energy and is no longer emitting

black dwarf – The Worlds of David Darling
The hypothetical end point of evolution for a degenerate star, either a white dwarf or a neutron star, after it has cooled down to the extent that it can no …

Black Dwarfs – Imagine The Universe! Home Page
The Question (Submitted October 02, 1997) How are black dwarfs and neutron stars similar? The Answer A ‘black dwarf’ is a white dwarf that has cooled down …

black dwarf star
black dwarf star

black dwarf star
black dwarf star

black dwarf star
black dwarf star

black dwarf star
black dwarf star

black dwarf star
black dwarf star

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